Activities Report

Report last updated: Aug. 21, 2014

Bike Park News
With park features refreshed weekly our Bike Park is always evolving and expanding. Keep up with the latest additions with our “Weekly Pedal Press”
Snow Summit Summer Mountain Biking

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Hiking News
Log Chute Hiking Trail & Mountain Top Loop are open, plus discover the vast variety of forestry trails near the top of our resort.
Snow Summit Summer Hiking

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Snow Summit Live Web Cam

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Golf News
The Bear Mountain Golf Course and Driving Range are in excellent shape!  Tee Times Available 7 Days a week!  Also swing by for Lunch at the Club House Grill!
Bear Mountain Summer Golf Picture

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Bear Mountain Live Web Cam

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Operating Hours: Scenic Sky Chair & Bike Park
Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair: Sun-Fri: 9:00-4:00; Sat: 9:00-5:00
View Haus BBQ: Sun-Mon.: 10:00-3:00 & Sat: 10:00-4:00
Sports Shop: Mon-Fri: 9:00-4:00, Sat: 8:30-5:00, & Sun.: 8:30-4:00
Operating Hours: Golf Course
Pro Shop: 7:30-6:00 daily
Tee Times: 8:00-5:30 daily
Club House Grill: 10:30-3:00 daily
Driving Range: 8:00-6:00 daily
Please note, all operating hours are “weather permitting” and subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm schedule. Our Sky Chair & Bike Park will continue DAILY OPERATIONS until Sept. 14th; after that time we will be operating Fri-Sun only until winter.  The Bear Mountain Golf Course will continue DAILY OPERATIONS until the end of season.

Live Weather
Base Temp: 66°F
Wind Speed: SSW @ 7 mph
Humidity: 57%
National Weather Forecast : Check the National Weather Forecast for the San Bernardino County Mountains.
Current Live Weather as of 8/22/14 12:36pm. Check the weather forecast discussion.
Off-site XC Trail Report
The Forest Service is constantly maintaining the Fire Service Roads and Trails. Some may be closed periodically. For more information on trails in the San Bernardino area, visit our trail map or the Trail Foundation’s website.
Road Conditions
3 Ways to Big Bear - Highway 330 (the Front Road) is the most direct route to Big Bear. Highway 38 from Redlands is the most scenic route. Highway 18 from Lucerne Valley (“Desert Way”) has the least amount of mountain driving. For the most up-to-date information on road conditions visit Caltrans’ website.
Hwy. 330 / 18: (Running Springs) SR 330 Open! The Closure on Hwy. 18 to Northbound traffic 4.9 miles North of Hwy. 330 has been LIFTED!
Hwy. 38: (Redlands) SR 38 Open
Hwy. 18: (Lucerne Valley)  Open! The Closure on Hwy. 18 Closed to Southbound traffic 0.8 miles South of the junction of State & 38 has been LIFTED!

Last Modified: 8/21/14, 2:37pm. ShareThis.

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